Foreign media: the United States does not want to substantially relax sanctions against the DPRK.

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 Foreign media: the United States does not want to substantially relax sanctions against the DPRK.


Trump Na took the lead in concession The two closely related issues - the speed of Pyongyangs abandonment and the timetable for the relaxation of sanctions - may be the main issue for the US and DPRK leaders, according to the Wall Street journal website on April 22nd. A senior official of the Trump administration said 22 days: when the president says he will not make a mistake, it means that the United States will not make substantial concessions before the DPRKs substantive abandonment of the nuclear program, such as the abolition of sanctions... If the DPRK is willing to achieve rapid denuclearization, there will be unlimited prospects and all kinds of good things can happen. In the Easter weekends Pyongyang meeting, Kim Jeong-eun tried to push the CIA director Mike Pon Po to a phased agreement that the two sides would make a matching concession on a possible timetable that could last several years, according to people familiar with the matter. The report said, but the Trump administration was beware of economic and diplomatic concessions before the DPRK took measures to dismantle its nuclear arsenal, and the government preferred the so-called Big Bang that both sides made major concessions in the early days. The high official of the Trump administration said: the freezing measures themselves are easily revoked, and this is something North Korea must strive for to restore economic activity. Reported that some experts said that there may be ways to ensure that measures taken at the initial stage can not be easily changed. Joel Witt, who has been in the State Department, said the two state officials could negotiate procedures to make the North Korean nuclear test field shut down irreversible, which may also involve international monitors in the field. There must be a period of confidence building between the two countries, Witt said. The two sides can supervise each other. If the United States finds that the DPRK fails to fulfill its commitments, it can stop before entering the next stage. Unless we are convinced that they have abolished the ability to produce fissile material and the ability to increase ballistic missiles, everyone, the United States and other countries will not want to substantially relax sanctions on North Korea, said Robert Gallucci, the chief negotiator of the Clinton administrations nuclear issue at the Clinton administration. According to South Koreas Central Daily website reported on April 23rd, although the president of the United States Trump said that the North Korean state committee chairman Kim Jeong-euns declaration of freezing nuclear tests is a great progress, but the White House remains cautious. The report said that former US officials who had been involved in negotiations with North Korea for denuclearization agreed that they should be cautious. Former Defense Secretary William Perry said, North Korea already has nuclear deterrent and will not give up easily. North Korea kicks the ball to Washington According to the Japanese economic news web site reported on April 23rd, there is an analysis that North Korea is still not fully aware of the miniaturization of nuclear weapons, and the return of intercontinental missiles to atmospheric technology will take a long time. In response to the cessation of intercontinental missile launches in this case, Zheng Chengchang, the ROMs unified strategic research institute, said, it will be associated with the DPRKs abandonment of the intercontinental missile signal. Reported that North Korea also adopted a policy of leniency against the United States. The US Wall Street journal reported on the 20 day, facing the previous visit to the United States CIA director Pompeio, Kim Jeong-eun promised to release three Americans arrested by the DPRK. Some analysts believe that North Koreas intention is to let the United States get visible results and will play the cards in one hand. The two countries are preparing for a historic summit by announcing the freezing of nuclear tests and intercontinental ballistic missiles to kick off the ball to Washington on April 22nd, according to the US star and stripes website. Reports say diplomatic efforts to resolve the DPRKs nuclear weapons program will be tested in April 27th, when Kim Jeong-eun, the North Korean leader, will meet with the South Korean President in the heavily guarded border area. The meeting is largely seen as a prelude to the meeting between Kim Jeong-eun and US President trump, which is expected to be held in early May or early June. Experts point out that the DPRKs remarkable progress has been demonstrated by dozens of missile tests and the sixth most powerful nuclear test last year, and it may now be able to bear the consequences of the interruption of the test. The report said North Koreas cessation of nuclear pilot tests did not mention short-range and medium range missiles that could target American and Japanese US bases as a target, and it did not mention plans to cut nuclear arsenals. Satellite images show that North Korea has carried out all the six underground nuclear test of the Fung HSI Li nuclear test site since 2006, and is now on the brink of abandonment. Kim Jeong-eun pointed out that his country has made a miraculous victory in developing nuclear weapons, and now it is time to turn to developing the economy. The resolution adopted in April 20th by the Central Committee of the Korean labor party stressed this point and promised not to use nuclear weapons unless it was faced with nuclear threats or nuclear provocations. Jin Duyan, a senior visiting scholar at the Seoul - based Korean Peninsula future forum, said that, as the regime is looking for concessions in the upcoming talks, it is more likely to be a public relations strategy to highlight its willingness to compromise. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhang Haitong _NN9053